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Posted - 03/13/2014 :  08:48:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I have a database that missing the filestream data because the filestream folder was deleted. The data of the filestream is not important. So I don't need repair.

But now I can't use the Table that using the filestream. Always I get:

Meldung 670, Ebene 16, Status 1, Zeile 1
LOB-Daten (Large Object) für die dbo.Test-Tabelle befinden sich in einer Offlinedateigruppe ('TestFG') auf die kein Zugriff möglich ist.

I tried to drop the column but I got the message that the filegroup is offline.

Then I tried to drop the filestream from the db and got following message

Der Systemprotokoll-Datensatz '$RECYCLE.BIN' der FILESTREAM-Datei unter dem Protokollordner '' ist beschädigt. (Microsoft SQL Server, Fehler: 5511)

The state of the filestream is RECOVERY_PENDING

FROM sys.database_files 
WHERE type = 2

To get the same issue you need a db with Filestream enabled and with filestream data in a table. Then make a backup without filestream:

TO DISK = 'C:\fsdb.bak' WITH INIT

Then restore it

from DISK = N'c:\fsdb.bak' 

RESTORE Database test2
Filegroup = 'PRIMARY'
from DISK = N'C:\fsdb.bak' 
WITH MOVE 'FSDB' TO 'c:\fsdb.mdf',
MOVE 'FSDB_log' TO 'c:\fsdb.ldf'

I only want to remove or replace the filestream or filegroup so that I can make an "SELECT * FROM test" without error.

Please, can someone help me?

Regards, Lars
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